All the new cars you might have missed this week: Kia's new Seltos SUV, Audi's SA-bound RS7

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Set to make its local debut later this month, Kia is upping its variety in the SUV segment with the launch of the new Seltos. More details will be released closer to the launch.

Wheels24 contributor Charlen Raymond and Janine Van der Post spent some time with the Opel Corsa GSI and had plenty to say about the German brand's hatch offering.

In case you missed it

BMW's influx of high-performance Competition models is not done - the model in question this time is the 331kW M2 CS special edition. It will make its way to SA in the second quarter of next year.

READ | BMW unleashes SA-bound M2 CS 331kW special edition

Set to make its way in SA next year, the Audi RS7 has bucket-loads of speed, 441kW to be exact, and the looks to match any performance car currently on the market. Find out all you need to know.

Nissan's new second-generation Juke has seen revised improvements, most notably on the outside, and more space. There has been no official word from the Japanese manufacturer as to whether it will be available locally as yet.

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